The human mind is very dynamic and complex - a powerful tool that can solve any given problem. The only requirement is recognition of its potential.
The introduction of has been quite pathbreaking since it mimics the functioning and processing of the human mind in problem-solving, analysis, and many more ways. It can play an amazingly powerful role in the medical field.
MedBound Times took the viewpoints about AI in medicine from its students and interns.
Let's have a look at what they have to say about it:
Gunjan Negi, HR intern in journalism start up
Lalitha Lavanya Shree, 4th year medical student
So the question is, can these machines replace doctors if they can accomplish everything a doctor can do?
Never and never is my response to this!
We will never be able to fully rely on machines.
Machines will only be able to diagnose things for which people add data, but in today's world, there are a variety of new diseases emerging as well as numerous consequences to already-existing diseases.
So how can we entirely rely on machines in this situation?
"Human brain is irreplaceable."
Kishori Parab, B. Pharm
Dr. Christopher Ikeme, MD, MSc Clinical Psychology